Usually propagated as tip cuttings, with 3 to 4 stalks or tips per pot. SJ Craigs have shiny, solid, wide, dark green leaves, with wavy margins, measuring 3″ inches wide and approximately 2′ feet long. Their long, tapered leaves, pleated like foliage, and rich green colors help make them attractive plants for interiors.
The leaves look like needles, stick out and turn the crown into a kind of dome. During warm showers, flowers are poured, collected in a bunch of several pieces, it looks like flowers are collected in miniature roses. If you make an incision, then in the morning will go reddish juice, for which Dracaena received this name.